Periodontics in New Jersey
Gum Disease & Overall Health
Periodontal or gum disease (sometimes referred to as gingivitis) is one of the leading causes of tooth loss among U.S adults. Nearly half the population experiences some form in their lives, and it can slowly destroy the gums and surrounding tissue supporting the teeth; which play a critical role in the function and aesthetics of both your oral and overall health.
Inflammation and the bacteria associated with periodontal disease have been demonstrated to have a relationship with the prevalence and severity of many systemic diseases such as: diabetes, cancer, stroke, heart disease, and more.
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Am I At Risk For Periodontal Disease?
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), periodontal disease is more common in:
- Men than women (56.4% vs 38.4%),
- Those living below the federal poverty level (65.4%)
- Current smokers (64.2%)
Other prevalent data linked to age groups include:
- 47.2% of adults aged 30+ have some form of periodontal disease
- 70.1% of adults 65+ have periodontal disease
Common Symptoms Of Periodontal Disease
The causes of gum disease oftentimes go unnoticed because patients generally don’t even know they have it. This interferes with early prevention and may cause warning signs such as:
- Bleeding or receding gums
- Consistent bad breath
- Visible plaque build-up
- Red, swollen, or tender gums
- Loose teeth
The common cause of periodontal disease is the accumulation of dental plaque when if not removed will lead to inflammation of the gum (gingivitis) and the loss of supporting tissues (bone) of the teeth. Other causes include:
- Certain Medications
- Trauma from Occlusion
How Our Innovative Treatments Can Help
From minimally invasive treatments for gingivitis to surgical procedures for more advanced stages of periodontitis, we provide the following services:
- Periodontal Maintenance
- Bone Grafting
- Guided Tissue Regeneration
- Gum Grafting
- Osseous Surgery
- Scaling & Root Planing
In most cases of early detection of periodontal disease, we can start patients on a maintenance program to get them on the path to a healthier mouth.
Call (855) 750-5011 to learn about our periodontal services.
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